Meghan Markle has been filmed taking part in the medal ceremony for the cycling events at the Invictus Games in Germany.
A short clip shows the Duchess of Sussex, 42, walking ahead of the victorious cyclists, who wear their medals around their necks.
The mother-of-two sports a matching cream playsuit and blazer in the short video, which she pairs with flat black sandals.
Her jumpsuit is thought to be from Zara, while her blazer is a design from Celine, and her shoes from Saint Laurent Sandals.
Meanwhile, in the clip, her long tresses are styled into loose waves which fall over her shoulders.
The former royal wers for a natural make-up look, pairing a fresh base with pink blush, lined eyes, and a pink lip.
Meghan added glamour to her day’s look with a selection of jewellery, opting to wear her $2,800 1972 tennis pinky band from Shiffon and Co and her £5,000 Cartier love bracelet.
Throughout today, which marks Prince Harry’s 39th birthday, Meghan and her royal husband were snapped posing for pictures with the assembled crowds.
At one point, the crowd who’d come to Dussedorf to watch the event, sang Happy Birthday to Harry.
The Duke of Sussex looked surprisingly fresh faced after a night of revelry sinking German beer and eating traditional food last night, as he attended a sitting volleyball match today.
Despite the late night out on the town, the birthday boy arrived at the Merkur Spiel-Arena without appearing to be suffering any effects from the strong local beer.
After Harry and Meghan took their seats in the stands, the stadium announcer asked the crowd: ‘Is there anybody here celebrating their own special occasion today Anyone’s birthday? Oh I think it is someone’s birthday. A certain Prince Harry, the Duke of Sussex, 39 today. Happy birthday! Let’s sing along.’
The crowd then joined in with a rendition of the song, as Harry clapped along and smiled next to the Duchess – before he mouthed ‘thank you’ to the spectators.
Then, as the Sussexes left the area, they were greeted by groups of teenagers, some of whom screamed ‘We love you, Meghan’ The group had rushed down from the stands to try to get close to the Duchess as she left.
Lina Dettling, 15, said: ‘We love Meghan. She is so pretty and we just wanted to see her.’
Kerlos Yosif, 15, added: ‘We are excited to see Harry and Meghan. To us they are like popstars . They do so much good.’
The teenagers were among hundreds of students given the day off from school to attend the games.